adjective, dit·zi·er, dit·zi·est.
Definition for ditzy (2 of 2)
adjective, dit·si·er, dit·si·est. Slang.
Examples from the Web for ditzy
Both heroines are women, but they offer a pretty bizarre dichotomy for girls: Ice queen or ditzy princess.
The scene cuts, and Driver breaks out of ditzy actress mode.
Abdul was beloved for her ditzy demeanor and blatant sentimentalism on American Idol.
It would be nice to think that meeting this ditzy predator is a fitting comeuppance for Edwards.
British Dictionary definitions for ditzy
adjective -zier, -ziest, -sier or -siest
Word Origin for ditzy
Word Origin and History for ditzy
also ditsy, "stupid, scatterbrained" (especially of women), by 1973, U.S. slang, of unknown origin; one guess is that it is related to earlier U.S. black slang dicty (1926) "conceited, snobbish," also of unknown origin, but the sense is very difficult. The noun ditz (1982) appears to be a back-formation.